More people may be reading them, but Russian journalists outside of Moscow are in an increasingly “sour” mood, Rossiya (no. 12) reports. A survey of 1300 journalists from the provinces and republics said that the journalists were unhappy about low pay, access to information, and local political interference. The poll suggested that many still take their lead from Moscow publications and noted that the capital’s Komsomolskaya pravda was especially popular with them.
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